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How To Prevent And Treat Tight Hamstrings After Running
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Anyone who has run for any duration of time knows that you can come back after a run and deal with aches and pains. One of these pains can come from your ...

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Possible Causes Of Foot Pain After Running
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Pain is always uncomfortable, but foot pain is particularly annoying for runners. It impacts your whole workout and recovery. In this article, we’ll help ...

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What To Do With Old Running Shoes
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Running shoes are a consumable, disposable commodity. For runners going through a high-volume training plan, a pair might last as little as two or three months ...

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Running When Tired – Should You Run or Should You Rest?
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We’ve all been there—feeling super exhausted and not wanting to do anything else. Especially not run. But if you have a run scheduled for a day when you feel ...

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ASICS Vs New Balance – Which Brand Is Right For You?
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Welcome to the latest installment of our series where we size up two popular shoes brands and pit them against each other. Up this time around: ASICS versus ...

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Marathon Race Strategy – How To Run Your Fastest Marathon
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To many runners, casual and serious alike, the marathon is the pinnacle of the sport. To run a marathon shows that you are dedicated, invested, and serious ...

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5 Track Workouts For Long-Distance Runners
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Track workouts are a regular thing for runners who favor short distances. But if you’re a long-distance runner, you probably are less familiar with the track. ...

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What Is A Pyramid Workout?
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Speed workouts are a central part of any training plan. They teach you how to push yourself hard, and they give great benefits to your strength and fitness. ...

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How To Build Up Your Running Base
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If you have started running—particularly if you’re training for a race—you may have heard the phrase “running base” or “building up my base.” But if you’re ...

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5 Elliptical Workouts for Runners
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As runners, we know that cross-training is important. But it can be easy to get into a rut of the cross-training you’re comfortable doing. It's important to ...

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